When:
July 6, 2019 all-day
2019-07-06T00:00:00-04:00
2019-07-07T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
Devil’s Breakfast Table Trail

Join Obed Watershed Community Association (OWCA) and self-guided hike the Devil’s Breakfast Table Trail while doing good for the environment by picking up trash alongside the river. Supplies will be provided, gloves, bags, grabbers, and buckets. You can even swim after in the Obed River!
Details to get to Devil’s Breakfast Table (cell phone reception may cut out) https://www.cumberlandtrail.org/maps-and-guides/trail-segments/obed-wild-and-scenic-river/obed-river-segment/
Trailheads:The Daddys Creek Trailhead at Devil’s Breakfast Table represents the southern terminus of the Obed Wild and Scenic River Segment. No overnight parking. Parking Lot is at junction of Otter Creek Rd and Hebbertsburg Rd. https://goo.gl/maps/3iamV3eLB2SyjSy77

The southern end of this section can be reached by entering the Catoosa WMA on Firetower Road. Take I-40 Exit 322, go north on Peavine Road/101 North for 1.8 miles to Firetower Road. Turn left on Firetower Road where you will see the high voltage power lines on your left. Firetower Road is a paved road for 3.5 miles and then becomes packed gravel when you approach the Catoosa WMA entry. The main roads in the Catoosa are graveled but suitable for passenger cars. Proceed another 11 miles after entering the WMA to Daddys Creek and the Devils Breakfast Table. (Note: Fire Tower Road turns into Otter Creek Road shortly after entering Catoosa WMA). Cross a sturdy 120-foot one-lane bridge with wood decking and no guardrails over Daddys Creek. Graveled parking is on the right with room for about a dozen vehicles at Daddy’s Creek Trailhead. Trailhead is about 200 feet farther up the dirt road. The trail with two big boulders across from the parking area is not the CT. This area is also popular with people swimming and fishing during the summer months. (Note: Fire Tower/Otter Creek Road becomes Hebbertsburg Road after crossing the bridge over Daddys Creek.)

Alternative Route: If the bridge is closed due to high water or maintenance, you can take another route by I-40 Exit 322, go north on Peavine Road/101 North five miles to Fairfield Glade. Continue to a four-way stop and go straight. Soon afterwards 101 ends and road becomes Peavine. Continue five more miles and veer left on Hebbertsburg Road (there is no road sign). You will drive three miles to the Catoosa WMA entry where the road becomes gravel. Go one mile and turn left on Hebbertsburg Road (no sign) and drive 2.5 miles to Devils Breakfast Table and Daddy’s Creek Trailhead parking.

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